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Laura Marling returns in tandem with her part-time collaborative partner Mike Lindsay of Tuung for their second outing as LUMP.
Whilst it’s unfair to mention singer Eli Hewson’s father (Bono Vox, by the way) in reference to Inhaler, the frontman has played a shrewd game.
Now signed to a label who will encourage them to keep doing what they are doing, Lightning Bug are standing apart from the pack.
The Lounge Society are the latest on the seemingly endless Speedy Wunderground conveyor belt of exciting new music.
Upon launching his solo career in 2011, Noel Gallagher found himself in a position he hadn’t occupied for nearly twenty years.
You may not have noticed, but James are quietly becoming bigger and more important than ever before.
Back in 2018, legendary band James released an album entitled Living In Extraordinary Times against a backdrop of divides.
Pre-pandemic, London three-piece The Howlers were making steady inroads with their garage/post-punk rock.
For the uninitiated, Kevin Cummins is one of rock’s (albeit not exclusively) foremost photographers.
The literal meaning of Luwten is ‘a place without wind’, which reflects her second album more concisely than most reviews (including this one) will.
Meet Me In St Louis frontman Toby Haynes releases the final part of his ‘colours’ trilogy of Laundromat EPs after the Blue and Green efforts.
An initiative set up by indie fan Marc Rossiter (he of the Brits & Pieces) to showcase the UK’s still flourishing independent music scene.